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December 03, 2016

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August 15, 2016
Sadly, at our 55th Class Reunion, August 13, 2016,
we were told of Jeanne's passing, With My Deepest Sympathy, I pass along Heartfelt Memories of Jeannie, as we met in our 9th year of High School, you were so loved by all of us, and then , you and family had to move to Phoenix AZ.
WE surely have missed you all these year's. But, know, you will live in our Hearts' Forever ....
Rest easy Jeanne, keep watching over us,
My Sincere Love, goes way back to 1967....when I came to Arizona, and we spent the whole afternoon together, Such fond memories.....
My Love Jeannie.
Carol L. Fox-Wilson
September 22, 2015
Dear Jeanne,

I cannot express the depth of my admiration or gratitude I have for you in words. You are such a kind-hearted and generous soul. You took me in and treated me like one of your own, like so many others who had trouble along the way, and helped out without judgement. You always had a smile and words of strength and encouragement to share. I will always miss you, but know I have been blessed to be a part of your life. I'm sure you will be watching over your beautiful family with pride until you can all be together again. Thank you for all you've done for me and so many others. You are truly a role model for how to be an exceptional mother, wife, and friend to all. God bless you and your whole family. With much love, Janine (Policastro) Foy
September 7, 2015

Jeanne, you made this a better world for all of us. It is hard to see the big picture why you were taken from us at such a young age and with so much more that you wanted to do but you have instilled in us to not labor over what has been but how we can move on and make it better. I hope that what you taught us we continually share with each other and keep it alive. I will always remember our talks and how I would always walk away knowing that I had it inside me to make my relationships and situations better.


When I picture you in my memories I see a beautiful, warm hearted, great listener that really put out some great meals! You made a great example to the world on how to be a great womanwife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. Your family was all to you and you shared it all because that was who you were. Thank you for including us with your family holidays and trips. It meant so much to us being included and accepted as part of your family. The times will always be treasured.


You have always wanted us all to fly high and achieve our goals and when we would be in transition you would help us be creative and persevere inspiring us with your kindness and creative nature and as the song goes you are the wind beneath our wings. We love you always.

Cindy K.
September 6, 2015
Jeanne

You were such a kind-hearted person that loved everyone. In the 20 plus years I knew you, we have had so many memories from holidays to spending time at the house to vacations. I still remember the surprised look on your face when I walked up to you and Pap at the baseball stadium in Natchitoches. Our dinner afterwards was even better, especially the drive there when we were trying to find the lake that was right next to us. I always loved the talks that we had which included words of advice and those words will always be embedded in my soul. I just want you to know that your life has made an incredible impact on so many lives, including mine, that will now make a difference in even more. Even though you left us all too soon, I know that your true purpose in this world was fulfilled.

With love

Annie
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